All About Your Pet
Everything you wanted to know about Dogs, Parrots and Cats
Methods of Training Your Dog
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All dog owners have one wish in common: that their pet should
obey his commands. According to the breed and temperament
of the dog in question and the training method used, this
training can be short an fun or long and tiring. What forms
a crucial link in this training is clear communication and
understanding between the trainer and the dog and skill set
of the trainer. Training programs designed in modern times
take into account canine breed, psychology and behavior patterns.
Before you begin training your dog, ask yourself a couple
of very crucial questions and keep in mind a few important
Learn All About Parrots
Popular as the most colorful group of birds and as wonderful, cute pets, the Parrots or Psittacidae Family endears to us all. From desert interiors of Australia to Indonesian islands, South American countries to Africa, the Psittacidae family is found in great numbers around the globe.
Their wide-spread availability, coupled with a social and intelligent personality, has made them loving domestic pets for centuries.
Found in multi-colors of yellow, green, blue, white, red and combinations of two or more of these colors, Parrots have rightly been called 'winged rainbows'.
Parrots are intelligent
birds that thrive on socialization and training to be good pets and bond with
their owners. Parrots may often appear as complicated animals, their emotions
as complex and varied as of humans. Lack of love and affection can lead to health
and behaviour problems in your Parrot. Hence, bonding and spending quality time
Give your Parrot food that is varied in color, shapes, textures and sizes. Proteins, vegetables rich in Vitamin A, whole grains and carbohydrate rich foods are beneficial for your Parrot.
No one Parrot is same as the other. They all have different needs. As an owner, you must ensure that, to have a healthy and happy Parrot, you cater to all its needs.